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    10 Weekend Reads - The Science of Scarcity, meat that is not meat at all, Reining in the NSA, and more

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    • PepsiCo’s CEO Indra Nooyi was right. Now what? An audacious strategy shift beyond unhealthy snacks and drinks was prescient, but the challenges are still daunting. (Fortune)
    • The Science of Scarcity: A behavioral economist’s fresh perspectives on poverty (Harvard Magazine)
    • Pharma Execs Don’t Know Why Anyone Is Upset by a $94,500 Miracle Cure (Bloomberg)
    • After Water (Longreads) see also California Has No Idea How Much Water It Has Left. NASA Can Help. (New Republic)
    • Iran’s ‘Generation Normal’: Iranian youth — curious, wired and desperate for normality — are forcing change that horrifies their rulers (FT)
    • Cheap Wine Sucks: A Manifesto (Jezebel)
    • Reining in the NSA (New York Review of Books)
    • The Rise of Partisanship and Super-Cooperators in the U.S. House of Representatives (PLOS One)
    • This Is the Story of the Hamburger: Its rise from a lowly patty of chopped meat to the aristocracy of foods and Silicon Valley’s attempt to replace it with a meat that is not meat at all. (Grub Street)
    • Big League Chew: An Oral History (Fox Sports)

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    The Fundamental Rules of Risk Management

    The Fundamental Rules of Risk Management, Nigel Da Costa Lewis

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    The consequences of taking on risk can be ruinous to personal finances, professional careers, corporate survivability, and even nation states. Yet many risk managers do not have a clear understanding of the basics. Requiring no statistical or mathematical background, The Fundamental Rules of Risk Management gives you the knowledge to successfully handle risk in your organization.

    The book begins with a deep investigation into the behavioral roots of risk. Using both historical and contemporary contexts, author Nigel Da Costa Lewis carefully details the indisputable truths surrounding many of the behavioral biases that induce risk. He exposes the fallacy of the wisdom of experts, explains why you cannot rely on regulators, outlines the characteristics of the "glad game," and demonstrates how high intelligence or lack thereof can lead to loss of hard-earned wealth. He also discusses the weaknesses and failures of modern risk management.


    Moving on to elements often overlooked by risk managers, Dr. Lewis traces the link between corporate governance and risk management. He then covers core lessons surrounding the role of risk managers as well as the difficult subject of integrated, single lens analysis of risk. The book also explores aspects of spreadsheet risk and draws on lessons learned in the information systems and software engineering communities to provide guidance on selecting the right risk management system. It concludes with a discussion on the most dominant of risk measures—value at risk.


    Having a clear understanding about risk separates successful professionals, companies, and economies from history’s forgotten failures. Through examples and case studies, this thought-provoking book shows how the rules of risk can work to protect and enhance investor value.

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    From Good to Great Trader: 7 Things You Need To Know To Become A Consistently Profitable Trader (Day Trading & Swing Trading)

    Trading Strategy 102: From Good to Great Trader: 7 Things You Need To Know To Become A Consistently Profitable Trader (Day Trading & Swing Trading)
    by Steve Ryan


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    The difference between good trader and great trader: Consistency.
    Then this book might be your perfect solution.

    In this book, the author will talk about 7 principles that will make you “re-question” your existing beliefs about trading and investing. This book will give you an extra edge you need to be a consistently profitable trader. Regardless you are day trading, swing trading, forex trading, futures trading, commodity trading, stock trading, options trading, or bond trading, this book will add values to your style.



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    10 Tuesday AM Reading - Life Well Lived, About a September Rate Increase, and more

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    • Market pullback: 1997 or 1998? 2011 or 2014? (Fidelity) see also U.S. Stocks Decline as S&P 500 Posts Worst Month Since May 2012 (Bloomberg)
    • Beware Stories of the Death Cross (Irrelevant Investor)
    • Maybe This Global Slowdown Is Different (BV) see also China’s latest manufacturing data underscore investor fears about the country’s growth (WSJ)
    • The Value-at-Risk Fiasco (Statistical Ideas)
    • 13 Arguments Pro & Con: Should the Fed tighten? (Marginal Revolution) see also What Fed Officials Are Saying About a September Rate Increase (WSJ)
    • The Most Expensive Apartment Listings in New York That Are Not in Manhattan (Bloomberg)
    • American Industry Wastes Huge Amounts of Gas by Burning It Off. Here’s a Cheap Way to Save It. (Slate) see also Oil Prices Soar Amid Lower U.S. Output Estimates, OPEC Article (WSJ)
    • Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead. (James Clear)
    • Increase Taxes? Talk by Donald Trump Alarms G.O.P. (NYT) see also GOP Elite Charts Four Paths to Destroy Trump (BV)
    • A Life Well Lived (Oliver Sacks) see also Oliver Sacks, 1933-2015 (Longform)

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    Dual Momentum Investing: An Innovative Strategy for Higher Returns with Lower Risk

    Dual Momentum Investing: An Innovative Strategy for Higher Returns with Lower Risk
    by Gary Antonacci


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    After examining more than two-hundred years of data across dozens of markets and asset classes, the conclusion is clear: Momentum continually outperforms. However, most mainstream investors haven't had a way to fully discover and implement the benefits of momentum investing . . . until now! Whether you're an independent investor, investment professional, or money manager, Dual Momentum Investing enables you to consistently profit on major changes in relative strength and market trend.

    Based on the award-winning work of Gary Antonacci, an expert in modern portfolio theory and optimization, this groundbreaking guide presents an easy-to-understand, straightforward model that transforms momentum concepts into an actionable investing strategy called Global Equity Momentum (GEM). By combining relative-strength momentum and absolute momentum, this unique methodology lets you take advantage of intra-market trends while avoiding large drawdowns. A disciplined implementation of his proven strategy enhances the ability of every investor to:

    • Lock in profits and mitigate risk with a minimal number of switches per year among U.S. equities, non-U.S. equities, and bonds.
    • Establish meaningful control over investment risk once an asset's value begins to decline.
    • Remove emotional and behavioral biases from your decision-making, while taking advantage of these same biases in others to achieve exceptional returns.
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    The 3% Signal: The Investing Technique That Will Change Your Life

    The 3% Signal: The Investing Technique That Will Change Your Life
    by Jason Kelly

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    Take the stress out of investing with this revolutionary new strategy from the author of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, now in its fifth edition.

    By targeting three percent growth and adjusting holdings to meet that goal, even novice investors can level the financial playing field and ensure a secure retirement free from the stress of noisy advice that doesn't work. The plan's simple technique cuts through the folly of human emotion by reacting intelligently to price changes and automatically buying low and selling high. Relayed in the same easy-to-understand language that has made The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing such a staple in the investing community, The 3% Signal is sure to become your most trusted guide to investing success.

    "We often hear, and have come to believe, that models beat experts. Kelly offers the individual investor a simple, mechanical model that instills discipline, removes a lot of self-sabotaging emotion, and has a good track record. Will it continue to outperform? Actually, it just might."
    - Brenda Jubin, "Reading The Markets" book review at Investing.com and ValueWalk
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    10 Sunday Readings: Will Your Bond Fund Flail, The richest places in America, the Panic of 1873, and more

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    • For Markets, It’s the Treacherous Season: Despite the Fed’s decision to delay raising interest rates, stocks and commodities swoon at week’s end. Shades of past market crashes, Long Term Capital Management’s fall, and the Panic of 1873. (Barron’s)
    • Global economic issues fuel deflationary fears and help drive policymakers to keep rates low. (Fidelity)
    • If Investors Bail, Will Your Bond Fund Flail? (WSJ)
    • Is Pension-gate the next big scandal to rock the financial services industry? (Evidence-Based Investor)
    • The Experience Fallacy (A Wealth of Common Sense)
    • The richest places in America all have one thing in common (Wonkblog)
    • More Than Half of Jeb Bush’s Tax Cuts Would Go To the Top 1% (CTJ Reports) see also Study: 53 percent of Jeb Bush’s tax cuts would go to the top 1 percent (Vox)
    • What the World Got Wrong About Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (NYT)
    • How ‘Netflix and chill’ became internet slang for having sex (Fusion)
    • After the Grateful Dead, Phil Lesh Shows He Has a Head for Business (NYT)


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    10 Friday Reads - Myth or Fact, IBM’s super fast computer, Jobs-Report Analysis, and more

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    • Inside Steve Cohen’s groundbreaking ‘Academy’ poaching young talent from Wall Street (Business Insider)
    • Google’s Cute Cars And The Ugly End Of Driving (BuzzFeed) see also This Car Knows Your Next Misstep Before You Make It (MIT Technology Review)
    • Munger’s Advice on Shamans, Humility, and Attention Spans (Motley Fool)
    • How Steve Jobs Fleeced Carly Fiorina (Medium)
    • Myth or Fact? How Some Jobs-Report Analysis Goes Wrong (Real Time Economics)
    • Ultra Wealthy Buying Homes Globally for Investment Diversification, Gain Citizenship (World Property Journal)
    • How Putin blindsided the US over Syria (BBC)
    • IBM’s super fast, powerful and tiny carbon computer chips could soon be in all our devices (Quartz)
    • Is Wealth Inequality Hidden in Tax Havens? Piketty’s Co-Author Thinks So (Real Time Economics) see also Why is so much wealth hidden? Failed democracy. (Washington Center for Equitable Growth)
    • GOP Presidential Candidates, Science, and Reality (Slate)



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    Something to Read - Entries & Exits: Visits to 16 Trading Rooms

    Entries & Exits: Visits to 16 Trading Rooms
    by Alexander Elder


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    Come behind closed doors and see real trades made by real traders.

    Dr. Alexander Elder leads you into 16 trading rooms where you meet traders who open up their diaries and show you their trades.

    Some of them manage money, others trade for themselves; some trade for a living, others are on the semi-professional level. All are totally serious and honest in sharing their trades with those who would like to learn.

    You will meet American and international traders who trade stocks, futures, and options using a variety of methods. All are normally very private, but now, thanks to their relationships with Dr. Elder, you can see exactly how these traders decide to enter and exit trades.

    Each chapter illustrates an entry and an exit for two trades, with comments by Dr. Elder.

    With this book as your guide, you can get closer to mastering the key themes of trading-psychology, tactics, risk control, record keeping, and the decision-making process.

    The companion Study Guide is filled with striking insights and practical advice allowing you to test your knowledge and reinforce the principles outlined in Entries & Exits.
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    10 Weekend Readings

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    • The Year Ahead 2016: 50 Companies to Watch (Bloomberg)
    • Baby boomers are what’s wrong with America’s economy (Washington Post)
    • Market Changes May Prompt New Definition of Insider Trading (Dealbook)
    • Companies Are Attacking Consumers For Bad Reviews — Now Congress Wants To Step In (Buzzfeed) see also We Asked A Lawyer What to Do if You’ve Been Screwed by an Arbitration Clause (Vice)
    • Grantland and the (Surprising) Future of Publishing (Stratechery)
    • First-time Buyers Continue to Retreat from U.S. Housing Market (World Property Journal)
    • Daniel Kahneman on Intuition and the Outside View (Compounding My Interests) see also How Framing Affects Investment Decisions & Outcomes (Wealth of Common Sense)
    • How Much the Presidential Candidates Raised from Real People (Bloomberg)
    ‘B.S. Report’ SXSW Special: Horatio Sanz and Wesley Morris (Grantland) see also Horatio Sanz’s brutal “SNL” takedown: The show became too conservative and helped George W. Bush win the presidency (Salon)
    • Adele: Inside Her Private Life and Triumphant Return (Rolling Stone)

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